Group paddles are back!
Things may look a bit different this year with COVID protocols, but Wednesday Marathon group paddles are back. Group sessions will be Wednesday's @ 6:30pm starting and finishing at the boathouse.
If you are new to Marathon or have questions, please direct them to the Marathon Director - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Regina Marathon Canoe Club is hosting an upstream/downstream river race at the Qu'Appelle River in Craven, Saskatchewan.
September 21, 2019, 1:30PM
Join us and the beautiful fall scenery for a fun and competitive paddle.
We will have a two phase start at race time:
Cost is $10 per person.
We will host a complimentary snack and hydration bar after the race in conjunction with our AGM and major announcements for next season!
The La Ronge Canoe Club’s annual canoe race to be held Saturday, August 24, 2019 at the Eagle Point Marina.
There will be a 17.75-km race (with 3 portages) starting at 10:00 a.m. and a 7-km race (with no portages) starting at 11:00 a.m.
You might also want to stay over to Sunday, August 25 when La Ronge’s annual Freeze, Breeze and Wheeze triathlon will be held. The triathlon starts Sunday at 11:00 a.m. it has a 500 metre swim, a 20-km bike and a 6-km run.
Edith & Rebecca were interviewed for a story this weekend during the SCC Marathon division races.
Lumsden Marathon Race hosted by the Regina Marathon Canoe Club.
Location: Craven, 2 Rink Ave, Craven, Saskatchewan, 10AM
New for 2019: On the RMCC website, the registrations will auto-populate the spreadsheet however the bows person will not be displayed until day before the event. We ask that you register your boat as soon as possible due to the popularity of this event. We had 21 pro boats on the water last year!
Race day web page: http://www.reginamcc.ca/rmcc-lumsden-race/
Youtube Drone Video of 2018 Event: https://youtu.be/jYLXdObEPTM
Please contact the RMCC Coordinator for more information or questions regarding this event.
To make best use of daylight hours and warmer temperatures, group paddle times have been shifted for the fall paddling season.
Wednesday Night Group Paddle: 6:00pm
*Lights/headlamps are a good idea as we may be out at dusk.
Sunday Group Paddle: 1:00pm
*Meet at the boathouse as per usual.
Please also keep in mind that water temperatures will be getting colder, so dress appropriately, bring spare clothing and think about wearing your PFD, especially after dark or on colder days.
Happy fall paddling!
An invitation from a new paddling club in the province - The Kistahpinanihk Paddling Club from Prince Albert.
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